Safaricom Joins UN Push To Scale Up Private Sector Investment For Sustainable Development António Guterres calls on key business leaders to step up to the challenge of financing the SDGs United Nations, 17 October 2019 … The UN announced today that 30 influential leaders from the corporate world will work
The initiative is aimed at keeping girls in school during their final year exams Nairobi, Kenya – 14th October 2019… Over 800,000 girls sitting for their final year national examinations including those in Kakuma and Dadaab refugee camps will benefit from three months’ supply of sanitary towels courtesy of the
Safaricom Rebrands M-PESA, Offers Free YouTube Bundle To Support Kipchoge’s Challenge Kipchoge To Also Extend His Partnership With Safaricom As He Becomes M-PESA Brand Ambassador Nairobi, Kenya – 9th October 2019… Safaricom (NSE: SCOM<http://www.safaricom.co.ke/about-us/investors-relations/stock-information>) has today announced a raft of measures to support Eliud Kipchoge in his challenge to become
The mobile money service beat more than 1,000 projects to be listed among the Top 50 Most Influential Projects Globally Philadelphia, USA – 8th October 2019… Safaricom’s (NSE: SCOM<http://www.safaricom.co.ke/about-us/investors-relations/stock-information>) M-PESA has been recognised as one of the Top 10 Most Influential Finance Projects of the last 50 years by Project
TWENTY FOUR YOUNG ENTREPRENUERS FROM RIFT REGION GET BUSINESS BOOST FROM BLAZE BY SAFARICOM Rift region creation camp sees a total of KES 800,000 won in eight categoriesEldoret, Saturday – 28th September 2019… Twenty-four young entrepreneurs from the Rift Region have received a total of KES 800,000 from BLAZE by
“I am proud that the company has consistently paid out an increased dividend to shareholders since going public in 2008 and we have now paid out more than the KES 5 that the investors spent buying the shares,” said, Michael Joseph, CEO Safaricom. In the last financial year, Safaricom reported a 14.7% increase in net income to KES 63.4 billion with revenue hitting KES 240.3 billion.
Safaricom says it has achieved 50 percent share of female employees on its payroll, coming amid an increase in the number of direct and indirect jobs it sustained in the last financial year growing nine percent to 979,000. This is according to the telco’s 2019 Sustainable Business Report released on Thursday
“Our sponsorship of this ninth edition of the East African Safari Classic Rally underlines our continued commitment to support and nurture talent through sport. With races in Kenya and Tanzania and a roster of drivers from around the world, the rally provides an opportunity to empower more customers through our M-PESA Global service,” said Michael Joseph, CEO, Safaricom.